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“The Art of Gothic” by Natasha Scharf – Review

When I first heard about The Art of Gothic, the new book from author, journalist, DJ and all-round raconteur Natasha Scharf, I was expected some slim volume of familiar faces and photos. Perhaps something suitable for casually leaving on coffee table, … Continue reading

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Louder Than Words Festival – The Goth Panel

They convened the greatest minds in contemporary Gothic culture on a cold November Sunday. Academic insight from David McWilliam, media savvy observations from Natasha Scarf, the myriad creative channels of Rosie Lugosi, and the incomparable music world experiences of Si … Continue reading

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BBC documentary suffers Disintegration

Nearly 5,000 people are members of a Facebook community dedicated towards realizing a full documentary on the rich subcultural history of British Gothic music. The BBC has delivered similar programmes in this vein – such as Synth Britannia, which provoked the … Continue reading

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Gothic Manchester – Memento Moriatas

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A Feast of Festivals

The weather is turning worse, Halloween is looming, and there is a celebration of Gothic history and heritage that is unprecedented in its depth and detail. It’s the most terrible time of the year, and The Blogging Goth is picking … Continue reading

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